Detroit’s Wilson Are Calling it Quits With Final Show
There's nothing I hate more than announcing the breakup of a band, especially one that I personally love so much.
Our favorite rockers from Detroit, Wilson, have announced their indefinite hiatus.
According to their press release, before hanging it up for the unforeseeable future, the band has planned one last party to say “Thank You, Goodnight”. On Saturday, December 28th the band will take both stages at The Crofoot in Pontiac, MI to play two emotional and energetic sets of their music for fans.
Wilson has been a part of so many Banana 101.5 events including Dirt Fest, Loudwire Live, The Binge Before Xmas, and many more. To think we won't be doing anything with these guys again really bums me out.
Founding member Jason Spencer says: “This show is a way of closing the book. You know, every story comes to an end. We hope this night serves as a memorable way of closing out the past decade of relentless touring, roller coaster rides of events and an endless amount of memories. This isn’t for us, this is for all the friends we’ve made along the way who made Wilson more than a band. “
- Pre-Party: Doors: 4:30 pm - Tickets: $20.(Ballroom/Pike Room shows tickets sold separately)
- Crofoot Ballroom: Doors: 6 pm - Tickets: $12 in Adv / $15 Day Of
- Pike Room: Doors 10 pm - Tickets: $15 (Includes a copy of ‘Full Blast F*ckery’ on CD.)
Tickets go on-sale to the public on Friday, November 8th at 10 am and will be available HERE
As we get closer to the show, we'll give you a shot to win tickets.